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Aug 7, 2013 7:00am EDT
who can't be with us today. dana goldman from the usc schaeffer center who also can't be with us today. anupam jena. on our panel, and the audience and thomas phillips from university of chicago who could not be with us today. please join me in welcoming our panelists, our moderator and our discussants. [applause] >> thank you very much, henry. i'm joe and those at the american enterprise institute, ma and i have the honor of introducing the panel. before i say a little something about him i wanted to quote what i think is the single, clearest, sharpest statements about the state of health policy i've read in a long time. it's in the beginning of this report. this is the report we're talking about, best of both worlds, uniting universal coverage and personal choice in health care. this statement is, at its heart the current health policy approach first destabilize the insurance marketplace and then relies on a bright of stopgap measures to prevent its collapse. if that isn't the american way i don't know what is. in any event, it's great to have an alternative to other plants that have
Aug 10, 2013 3:45pm EDT
dana rohrabacher speak yesterday and he definitely touched base with what is going on with china. the idea of free trade within the country, regardless of how absolutely despicable their behavior is justified and we did this before. i think that our guests would let you know henry ford and other american businessmen in the 1930s were enamored with the german miracle of turning around this care. of course they took away and turned and weapon resistance aimed at the united states and our allies. so when you do free trade with criminals, you're not doing anyone any good in the long run. >> my name is robin and i am from howard payne university in texas. and my economic development costs, we read a book about western imperialism and how the u.s. and great britain kind of imposed the western views on other countries. and it talks about state-owned enterprises and how those can be beneficial in some cases. in your opinion is there ever a time if they don't have a price can be beneficial, you know, at least to get it started and is it ever possible that the private owned. is it ever a g
Aug 9, 2013 11:00pm EDT
. >> on this week's newsmakers, dana rohrabacher. he's chairman of the foreign affairs subcommittee on europe, eurasia, and emerging threats. we discussed a variety of foreign policy topics, including israeli and israeli palestinian peace talks. these makers is sunday on c-span at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. >> we wrote this about a year and a half ago, it's called 10 letters. it's letters that president obama reads and i went back and found 10 of them who had written to the president. it has been a pretty good read. when that is done, then we go on to act of congress and another guy at "the washington post" and back in the 1970s there was a big difference between then and now it is just that these guys have written. collision 2012 is written and there was a similar writing back in the 2008 campaign. all the guys involved, and that is coming out in august. the other one is through the perilous fight, which is by steve bulger, also someone i used to work with closely. we look back at the six weeks during the war of 1812. >> we saw the movie. two let us know what you are reading this summer. post
Aug 16, 2013 8:00pm EDT
. a little under an hour left in our program. mark in dana point, california, you've been very patient. please, go ahead. >> caller: melanie, you have a number of interesting beliefs that need to be explored. however, you lose credibility with the scientific community when you claim that the scientific method was not used to establish the facts about global warming as caused by humans' burning of fossil fuels. the scientific method was used extensively in the 1970s and the '80s, and the predictions started coming true in the early '90s. and the only claim that you can make against the scientists in this area is that they understated the significance of this problem. and today we have a situationing where 97% of the top 200 climate scientists are diametrically opposed to your beliefs. your beliefs are parallelled by sarah palin from the state of alaska and senator inhofe, the state of oklahoma, tw states that economies -- two states that economies are based on burning fossil fuels. you need to rethis think this so -- rethink this saw that you get -- so that you get on the right side of
Aug 7, 2013 12:00pm EDT
. dana goldman from the use share center who can't be with us today. the harvard medical school. and our panel from the university of chicago law school. in the audience and thomas philips from the university of chicago that couldn't be with us today. please join me in welcoming our panelists, our moderator, and our discussers. [applause] >> thank you, henry. i'm joe at the american enterprise institute. i have the honor of introducing the panel. before i say a little something about them, i want to quote what i think is the single clearest sharpest statement about the state of health policy i have read in a long time. it's in the -- beginning of this report. this is -- , by the way, this is a report we're talking about. as to both world uniting universal coverage and both choice in health care. the statement is insurance marketplace and relies on a variety of stop get measures to prevent the collapse. if that isn't the american way, i don't know what it is. in any event, the great to have an market-based alternative to other plans that have been floating around. it's sort of interesting
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